Help Blind People Become More Independent — Support Education, Publications, and Research
Thousands of blind children and adults across the U.S. rely on the American Printing House for the Blind to produce cutting-edge products, materials, and publications that enable them to lead independent lives. Here’s how you can help.
- Make a one-time donation or a recurring gift
- Send donation through USPS mail
- Where will your money go?
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Make a One-Time Donation or a Recurring Gift
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Don’t Want to Donate Online? USPS Mail is fine!
You can send a check to:
American Printing House for the Blind
1839 Frankfort Avenue
P.O. Box 6389
Louisville, KY 40206-0389
Please include your name, address, and phone number.
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Where Does the Money Go?
- $171.00 will provide one year of Reader’s Digest® in braille for a blinded veteran.
- $95.00 will send 5 print/braille books to a blind preschooler.
- $51.00 will provide one subscription to Newsweek® Talking Magazine for a blind teacher.
- $30.00 sends two copies of Reader’s Digest® on cassette to a retirement village library.
- $21.00 provides Science World® in large print to a budding scientist in high school.
- $17.00 sends Reader’s Digest® on cassette to a visually impaired teen.
- The APH Endowment funds research designed to create the best specialized educational materials for blind students, such as materials in math and science.